GALLERY SEATING IS SOLD OUT FOR THIS CONCERT
Limited overflow seating is available in the Museum Rotunda for a discounted price. The concert can be heard, but not seen, from the overflow seating.
Acting as a reminder that hope and belief can be drawn from all around, this concert explores faith, belief, and the origins of hope. Joined by SACRA/PROFANA, a San Diego-based choral ensemble, and esteemed soprano Susan Narucki, REFLECTIONS: On Hope features: Michael Gandolfi's glowing Winter Light; a string and choral ensemble based on the poetry of Amy Lowell; John Tavener's haunting Song of the Angel; a tribute to tango legend Carlos Gardel, Omaramor; and Credo, Kevin Puts' for string quartet.
“This concert promises to be a ‘hopeful’ prelude to Thanksgiving and the holiday season,” says Kate Hatmaker, director and founder of Art of Élan. Over the course of four concerts, Art of Élan's seventh series, REFLECTIONS, uses music to explore what it means to be human; providing reflections on youth, hope, loss and humanity. Providing a "mixtape" of reflections culled from the internet, fellow musicians, former teachers, and colleagues, this series features unique collaborations, sounds from around the world, and newly commissioned works.